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My receiver is plays static sounds through the speakers. You can faintly hear the music under the static, however the static comprises 85% of the sound from the speakers. This is a new unit and has only been played for around 2 hours. No problems until tonight.

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That is a factory defect bring it back to the store where you bought it.avail of the warranty of that unit .That is an amp. error.

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